Countless hours in the kitchen experimenting and even more spent planning have finally come to fruition inStrictly Pancakes, where Joanne and Eunice showcase the best of their passions and talent for your enjoyment. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Thu
11:30 - 22:00
11:30 - 00:00
10:00 - 16:00
18:00 - 00:00
10:00 - 22:00
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Signature Dishes
Beef Me Up Pancakes Coffee Garlic Buttered Prawn Pancakes Tiramisu Pancakes
Review (92)
Level3 2014-12-04
Blog : http://cennds.blogspot.comGoogling through to find out about Strictly Pancakes since i am craving for pancakes. Reached at the places with my friends and it was quite crowded. Waited at queue line for around 15 minutes. So, to get rid of our boredness we took a look in their menu first. Their menu is really just strictly to Pancakes, corresponding to their name .. " Strictly Pancakes ". The environment is not as cozy as other cafes . It is a bit squeezy and noisy perhaps due to their crowdBesides a normal pancakes. They have seafood pancakes such as prawn and crab pancakes.When you order normal pancakes & would like to taste the chocolate flavour , you need to top up for $1Chocloate PancakesIt is the simplest and cheapest plain normal pancakes. Suggested to to eat together with the syrup , otherwise the taste is really plain and dryStrawberry PancakesStrawberry pancakes with the topping of vanilla ice-cream at the side. It is definitely taste better than the chocolate pancakes. At least, it contains a bit sweet and not bitter continue reading
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Level1 2014-10-26
Just when you thought pancakes were only for breakfast. Strictly Pancakes fulfills the dream of pancake addicts by offering pancakes for every single meal of the day. Tucked between the rows of pubs that are right up from Rendezvous Hotel. It's pancakes range from the usual butter and syrup to the unusual garlic butter prawn pancakes.The pancakes were light and fluffy. The prawns were fresh and drenched in creamy garlic butter sauce. The sauce was to die for, and for a moment i entertained the absurdity of licking the plate clean. The juicy beef skewers were grilled to perfection. And, i wondered why was there such a long queue in the first place.Check out http://thelivinginventory.blogspot.sg/ for more on food and experiences! continue reading
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Today, we are at Strictly Pancakes. We went about 10am in the morning, and there were already many people at the joint. Shophouse-styled, the joint has 2 levels. We went upstairs and because all the normal height-ed tables were already taken up, we were left with no choice but to take the sofa chair ones. The table was lower than usual but I guess we could all make do.We are at Strictly Pancakes!The decor of the place was nice, with some natural sunlight shining in from the top where I sat.Nicely decorated wall.The clocks on the wall told the difference between Prinsep and Siglap. Apparently there's a minute difference.Nicely lighted area.We were given the menu and was super excited as we saw that there were sweet and savory items in the menu. One of the savory items was garlic prawns and pancakes. My friend was looking forward to ordering that but when we were ready to order, the waitress said they do not sell anything else than the breakfast items (Say what??). We chose the breakfast items and wanted to order drinks. My friend had the milkshakes before and said it was very good. So we wanted to order vanilla milkshake and they shared that they don't sell any vanilla based items, only chocolate based ones (HUH?!). We also asked for more butter, but it was chargeable at $0.50 a cube, extra maple syrup also costed $1 extra (SERIOUSLY?). But anyway, I ended up ordering just Earl Grey. =__=Order only from here, please!That put us off slightly. Well, I'm not sure if it's just the location, but as I know it, this is the main store! So why the lack of items, I cannot comprehend. And the cost of the available menu is so costly, you might think that the condiments should already be accounted for. Even the additional ones. Anyway, as long as they have the pancakes, we're staying to try it!Only this page is order-friendly in the entire menu. Apparently, each order of pancake only comes with strictly 1 cube of butter and a small tube of maple syrup. (Now I know why they're called Strictly pancakes!)We ordered all their 4 types of butter - Salted, unsalted, Rum + Raisin, Garlic + Herb. My favourite was the salted butter and Garlic + Herb.The butter and maple syrup servings.Rum + Raisin butter.But apart from the hullabaloo of the huge lack of items and the costly butter , the breakfast served was good. Pancakes, their signature item, was done to almost perfection. Pancakes were fluffy and not flat, it was soft it almost melted in my mouth.The All American BreakfastOn the sides, they had quail egg with tomato, bacon and a chipolata. It was a really nice combi, but for me, I have such a huge appetite for breakfast, so I added scrambled eggs. Look at how liquid-y those scrambled eggs are. It's my style. Also because the quail egg is so small. (What's breakfast without the real taste of eggs?)My friends had the simpler version though, just scrambled eggs and bacon.My verdict: Worth a try, but don't expect much other than the breakfast items alone.Location: 44A Prinsep Street, Singapore 188674 (They have another branch at Upper East Coast)Tel: 6333 4202Rating: 3.5 / 5 (They would have received a higher rating from me if there were more choices to choose from!) continue reading
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Level2 2014-01-09
Firstly, this place is pretty hard to locate as the nearest bus stop is very far away from the place. It does not have a very nice ambience so I would not recommend it for any sort of romantic date but it is a decent place enough to catch up with your friends. Garlic Butter Prawns – $14 This was probably the best out of the three. It is a unique flavour of garlic butter and pancakes, which was really savoury. However, I did get sick of the taste after a while. Strawberries & Co. – $10This dish was not pleasant to the mouth. Pancakes were way too thick with way too much flour, and the same can be said for the other two dishes. Nothing unique or special about this dish. Lemon Curd for the Nerds – $10 This was a huge disappointment as I had expected alot from it as I thought it would turn out delicious. Yet the pancakes were too thick also, making it almost impossible to digest them. The only part I enjoyed about it was probably the ice cream. The trip to Strictly Pancakes was one of the most disappointing food experiences I have had given that I had heard some great reviews about it. I would not recommend this place unless you like thick pancakes made of 99% flour. I think would rather have Mc Donalds pancakes (cheaper and better tasting). If you ever decide to try Strictly Pancakes, I would say go for the savoury flavours like the Garlic Butter ones. And also not ordering so much because the portions are pretty huge, and you might not enjoy them anyway. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-28
The only thing I find decent is the garlic buttered prawn and the chocolate pancakes.Even so, the taste is rich for the first few bites but it gets repetitive and boring. It's like finishing the three pancakes became a chore. Not really worth the 11 dollars you pay for it. The plain pancakes are overly priced. Overall, i felt that this place offer average pancakes but slightly over priced. The area is quite cozy, so props to them for making such an open and friendly atmosphere, the staff are pretty nice too. continue reading
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